Game of Thrones Season 8, Episode 4: What does Missandei “Dracarys” Utterance Really Means
The Game of Throne Episode 4, virtually saw the death of two lovable characters that had made it through from Season 1. The supporters of GOT had to say goodbye to two major individuals, quite sad . The death of Rheagal followed by Missandei was actually a scene no one expected. Certainly, fans recognized that Daenerys would certainly one day have to face Cersei and there would be bloodshed –although not as much as the one split by the Night Walker, but the deaths of these two have left many in shock.
The way the death occurred happened quite brutal. The death of Rheagal and Missandei to including losing one dragon to the Night King and another killed by off mercilessly by Cersei allies, are all to provoke Daenary – making her more wounded and specifically furious.
However, for those who are not aware, the word “Dracarys” is regarded as a Valyrian word for Dragonfire. Several times we have heard Daenery say the word many time in the movie. “Dracarys” holds a greater significance for Missandei and implies freedom, this is because it was first used when she was finally freed from slavery by Daenery.
Since, Daenery had tried in Episode 4 to settle things with Cersei, and didn’t get a head way, Cersei and Daenery would definitely go-head- on with their plans of acquiring and staying on the Iron Throne.